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Everyone talks about pre-Fire in this town. That's the buzz that counts in most cases. But Dennis Rodkin delves into some especially precious post-Fire real estate in yesterday's Chicago Magazine. The home, on Burling Street in Lincoln Park, is one of 10 row houses built by prolific post-Fire architect Edward Burling. It's bigger than the other nine, thanks to a gut rehab and rear expansion. And brighter too, courtesy of new skylights. That means it's also more expensive. Selling in June 2011 for $1.56M, the flip is on for $2.599M. Don't fret, the listing agent assures Rodkin that the reno cost "at least" the difference between purchase and asking price. [Chicago Mag, photo: Baird & Warner]